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chief of staff, katie couric, the mayor of d.c. and the vice president of the united states. >> this takes the cake. i have never seen anything like this. >> reporter: tim mcdermott covered the couple in their finally troubled winery in northwestern virginia. he describes them as social scene regular guy lars and reality show wanna bees. >> nobody is surprised they could pull this off. i've been to the white house. there is an id check, something is going on. >> reporter: despite the embarrassment, the secret service says the couple passed through medical detectors and the safety of the president was never at risk but initial findings identified as secret service checkpoint did not follow proper procedures. one new procedure almost certainly on the way, ask to see an invitation bmp you let someone -- before you let someone into the president's party. while all the pictures are clear, what is not clear is how close this couple ever got to the president of the united states. an attorney for the salahis told us that the couple did not crash the party and that they will set the
as long as we deal with this storm across the southeastern united states. you can see the heavy rain, the center of the circulation is down across the panhandle. the heavy rain up to the virginia area and south of richmond where we see the heavier stuff. light stuff here. we will likely see showers develop tonight but the best chances to the south. here is why. we have a huge area of high pressure to the north of us. this thing kicked in and it will block it which is why the system will be moving more to the east and heading out to the coast. but that system will help to funnel in the strong northeas wind and we will get what is called a tight pressure gradient developing and we will be in the middle of that, no doubt about that. our area of low pressure will make it to the carolinas. as it develops, the heist yeast rain will be down there, stormy for the carolinas, maybe upwards of 8 inches of rain in that area. we will have the showers. here is how much we think we will talk about with the bull's- eye being here in the yellow. that's eastern sections of carolina, 7, 8 inches out of
by the united states secret service, one a sedan and one s.u.v. secret service personnel were operating the vehicles. need to -- they had no pro tech tease were in the vehicle with them. >> reporter: the secret service says the cars were being driven from andrews to a garage in the city. they just returned from the vice president's trip from fort lewis in washington state. park police investigators say they know who was struck and killed here but have not been able tolocate any relatives. sergeant david slosser is a sergeant with park police. >> we are identifying him as an adult male. as far as what he was doing at this hour on the suitland parkway, they are looking into it as part of the investigation. >> reporter: in the light of day you can see where this happened. sergeant slosser says the secret service cars were westbound. the pedestrian was crossing at nailer road, just as this woman was doing this afternoon. might there have been other factors involved in the collision? police say they will be looking into every possibility. >> in any fatal or serious motor vehicle crash on fed
but it is not surprising. we live, not just georgetown but in the united states there is a broad culture of homophobic. >> police are investigating. the vigil is scheduled for 8 listen 30 tonight on campus. the student is out of the hospital tonight. the university says his attacker was wearing a black leather jacket and had his face painted red and white. likely someone in georgetown that night celebrating halloween. back to you. >>> now to the news edge on maryland, a man still in his halloween costume hit up a bank in chevy chase. you can see him wearing a white skeleton mask. he robbed a bank armed with a semi automatic gun. police are looking for a second man who drove a getaway car. in chevy case two burglaries in two days and the community is on edge. it happened on chevy chase parkway. one late at night and the other just before 8:00 in the morning. both happened while residents were sleeping upstairs. the suspect or suspects entered through unlocked windows ' doors taking computers, cell phone and a purse. >>> now to an important consumer alert tonight. possibly contaminated beef leading to a
in the most unlikely of places, the united states supreme court. >> i was disappointed. >> reporter: the attorney for the native americans who brought the case which claim the redskins logo and name is racially insulting. other sports franchise like the indians the chicago blackhawks, atlanta braves and kansas city chiefs have also faced opposition over their names but now he says that washington is different. >> the redskins are i think a special case because that's really a disparaging term for native americans, whereas many others are neutral decyst criptive terms. >> reporter: in 1989 the plaintiffs were successful in getting the trademark cancelled. the lower court said they waited too long to file their suit. even an american university law professor says the supreme court said it saw no reason to overturn the lower court ruling. >> the court did not express an opinion on the merits of the lawsuit and did not express it on the law challenged but said it would not review it. >> the fans said they are sticking by the team and its name. >> i don't find it offensive at all. i love
are with the wounded and families of the fallen. fort hood is the largest active armored duty post in the united states. >> fort hood covers a whopping 339 square miles. it's located between austin and waco texas. there are nine schools on the post. seven elementary schools, two middle schools. fort hood opened back in 1942 and had been continuously used for army training. the soldier readiness center where the deadliest shootings took place there afternoon is where soldiers who were about to be deployed are about to undergo medical screening. >> we're getting bits and pieces of information. we will put them all on our website, myfoxdc.com. the very latest bit of information that we have is that major malek nadal hasan is an army mental health professional. it's the latest we have detailing the mind set of this individual dead now and believed tobe the gunman in killing these 12 people. we're live streaming all the information that we have that comes in off the satellite on myfoxdc.com. little bits and pieces of information as we get them and put them on our website, myfoxdc.com. >>> another story to
across the united states. there has been a little bit in the part of the country where we have been watching this big storm. yesterday, where we had a lot of show snow -- snow showing up, not seeing the showers for st. louis, chicago, a couple of storms in the mix and in our area, a few of those clouds will get pushed up closer into our region. it looks like there are a couple of showers out there and they're the lightest of sprinkles, likely not hitting the ground. the air is still dry. as the lights go on, we'll see the clouds hanging around and call for a mostly cloudy time of it overnight, chillier in the suburbs, 45 degrees and the wind direction continues out of the northeast and tomorrow out of the east. it usually locks us in with temperatures around normal, 58 degrees under mostly cloudy skies for our wednesday. isolated shower, can't be ruled out and it will be light and most likely in the afternoon if we did see it. planning out your wednesday, mostly cloudy at 8 in the morning, 47 degrees and the sun is bright this time of the year. you want to see a few clouds in the mo
sells almost all the canned pumpkin in the united states, the bad weather hurt this year's crop. he company is warning of a potential shortage of the capped pumpkin through the holiday season.  cell phone users, beware. someone could be listening in on your calls. to track your every move and it could be completely legal. fox 5s melanie alnwick is here with more. >> reporter: what is frightening is how easy it is to do. all a spy needs is access to your phone, a computer and 30 minutes to monitor everything you do and everywhere you go. private eyes could be watching you through your cell phone and you will never know. the spyware takes the big brother concept to an unprecedented level. >> overall, i think this is a dangerous software capability. i think this is invacation of privacy. >> we downloaded the spy ware from the website and put it on a target phone. his fiance jennifer has the monitor phone. this text message ans he's made a call. >> every time nol's phone sends or receives a call, text or e- mail, jennifer's phone is alerted. now, we're going to redial. >
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